By Iwona Nowicka. Home Design. Published at Saturday, March 17th, 2018 - 06:58:57 AM.
Dining areas, when you think about it, consume a large amount of living space in a home. A strong argument can be made that precious square footage is gobbled up with too many places to eat. Do you honestly need a dining room, a breakfast room, a breakfast bar, and island seating? Maybe some of you do, but I would bet that some of you would not come to that conclusion if you put into context how you use these areas on a routine basis. To create an overall good house design, it may be a good idea the reconsider how these spaces are use and perhaps put that square footage to better use by creating a more prefect house plan design.
The five most common home design mistakes you should avoid. Too much distance between the kitchen and garage. Keep it simple. Design the garage layout to be near the kitchen. Having to walk from one end of the house (the garage) to the opposite end of the house (the kitchen) doesn’t sell well with most homeowners or home buyers.
That said, when you’re planning a design project, the first thing you should consider is what you need your newly designed room to do. For example, in the picture above, you can see that in addition to the sleeping space, there’s a seating area that can be used for reading. Before you start on a new project, it’s important to take inventory of the existing design. In particular, you should make note of all the things you like about the room. Not only will this give you a realistic view of your starting point, but it will also help you decide if there are any features that you can incorporate into the new look.
After the furniture dimensions are established, furniture templates can be made and arranged in functional patterns. Room sizes can be established by drawing a perimeter around the furniture placements. When room sizes are determined, rooms can be combined into areas, and areas into the total floor plan. Finally, the outside is designed by projecting the elevations from the floor plan.
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